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Inside Sport

Sep 01 2019
Magazine

Celebrating over 20 years in print, Inside Sport is Australia's most highly awarded sporting publication, including the recipient of the prestigious Walkley Award for sport journalism. But that's not why sports fans love it. Inside Sport consistently tackles modern sporting issues and publishes awe-inspiring sports photography, every month. THAT'S why sports fans love it.

EDITOR'S LETTER

BEST LINE IN THE MAG THIS MONTH

INSIDE SPORT

Freeze Frame

China hosts basketball’s best

Planet rugby ready for an epic World Cup

NRL finals fast approaching

PUNTERS CHANCE

Before the AFL finals

4 things you must not miss

Voice against violence • Canberra Raiders stalwart Alan Tongue recently shared with Dead In Goal the important work he and the NRL team is doing concerning the awareness and prevention of domestic violence. Here is a small slice of what he shared in Ep. 79 …

Gary Moorcroft

HOT SHOT

THE SERIOUS SIDE OF JAMES MALONEY • Behind the Penrith Panther playmaker’s larrikin reputation is a lethally competitive streak fuelling a desperate drive to win at all costs. The man himself describes such a trait as paramount for players who are serious about succeeding in the National Rugby League.

EDWINA BONE • Here, the Australian Hockeyroo reflects on a successful inaugural FIH Pro League campaign for the national women’s squad, and describes the importance of never giving up.

The Silent Revolution • Following on from his superb cover story “African Appearance” last month, Robert Drane continues his long-form look at sport’s ability to inspire social change, to the backdrop of Sudanese footy stars like Majak Daw and Aliir Aliir and the plight of Australia’s Sudanese community. This month he analyses the role of the sporting role model, including its fragile intricacies and at times potentially overwhelming responsibilities.

HOT SHOT

BOOM TIMES • When the stars of the NBA come to Melbourne this month, they won’t just be on the American side. With Australian basketball riding another wave, are the Boomers headed for their breakthrough moment?

BEN SIMMONS CHEMISTRY TEST

JOE INGLES • Inside Sport recently caught up with the Utah Jazz forward to discuss his work with Bridgestone Australia and the “Chase Your Dream” message … and to find out what life is like for an Aussie playing in the NBA.

GOLD BLOODED • Australia’s Wallaroos recently completed an historic winning double against Japan in their first-ever Test series win on home soil. Here, we celebrate the occasion … and the stunning imagery this magnificent women’s rugby union event produced.

THE SON ALSO RISES • Tim Tszyu is far from the first budding prodigy to deal with the shadow of a famous father. However, while he has inherited much of his dad’s boxing prowess, sans the rat-tail, he is very much his own man.

5 ALL-TIME GREAT AUSSIE BOUTS

KICKING ON FOR GRIM DEATH • Debate about the on-field quality of the AFL as a spectacle has always raged. However, congested play, lower scoring and all too frequent rule changes continue to frustrate fans. How did it come to this? Why has the life been sucked out of what was once a glorious, freewheeling affair?

LAST THE DISTANCE

FATHER’S DAY GIFT GUIDE

HOT SHOT

“How anyone can spin a ball the width of Gatting boggles the mind.” – Martin Johnson, writing for The Independent in 1993


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 100 Publisher: Nextmedia Pty Ltd Edition: Sep 01 2019

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Celebrating over 20 years in print, Inside Sport is Australia's most highly awarded sporting publication, including the recipient of the prestigious Walkley Award for sport journalism. But that's not why sports fans love it. Inside Sport consistently tackles modern sporting issues and publishes awe-inspiring sports photography, every month. THAT'S why sports fans love it.

EDITOR'S LETTER

BEST LINE IN THE MAG THIS MONTH

INSIDE SPORT

Freeze Frame

China hosts basketball’s best

Planet rugby ready for an epic World Cup

NRL finals fast approaching

PUNTERS CHANCE

Before the AFL finals

4 things you must not miss

Voice against violence • Canberra Raiders stalwart Alan Tongue recently shared with Dead In Goal the important work he and the NRL team is doing concerning the awareness and prevention of domestic violence. Here is a small slice of what he shared in Ep. 79 …

Gary Moorcroft

HOT SHOT

THE SERIOUS SIDE OF JAMES MALONEY • Behind the Penrith Panther playmaker’s larrikin reputation is a lethally competitive streak fuelling a desperate drive to win at all costs. The man himself describes such a trait as paramount for players who are serious about succeeding in the National Rugby League.

EDWINA BONE • Here, the Australian Hockeyroo reflects on a successful inaugural FIH Pro League campaign for the national women’s squad, and describes the importance of never giving up.

The Silent Revolution • Following on from his superb cover story “African Appearance” last month, Robert Drane continues his long-form look at sport’s ability to inspire social change, to the backdrop of Sudanese footy stars like Majak Daw and Aliir Aliir and the plight of Australia’s Sudanese community. This month he analyses the role of the sporting role model, including its fragile intricacies and at times potentially overwhelming responsibilities.

HOT SHOT

BOOM TIMES • When the stars of the NBA come to Melbourne this month, they won’t just be on the American side. With Australian basketball riding another wave, are the Boomers headed for their breakthrough moment?

BEN SIMMONS CHEMISTRY TEST

JOE INGLES • Inside Sport recently caught up with the Utah Jazz forward to discuss his work with Bridgestone Australia and the “Chase Your Dream” message … and to find out what life is like for an Aussie playing in the NBA.

GOLD BLOODED • Australia’s Wallaroos recently completed an historic winning double against Japan in their first-ever Test series win on home soil. Here, we celebrate the occasion … and the stunning imagery this magnificent women’s rugby union event produced.

THE SON ALSO RISES • Tim Tszyu is far from the first budding prodigy to deal with the shadow of a famous father. However, while he has inherited much of his dad’s boxing prowess, sans the rat-tail, he is very much his own man.

5 ALL-TIME GREAT AUSSIE BOUTS

KICKING ON FOR GRIM DEATH • Debate about the on-field quality of the AFL as a spectacle has always raged. However, congested play, lower scoring and all too frequent rule changes continue to frustrate fans. How did it come to this? Why has the life been sucked out of what was once a glorious, freewheeling affair?

LAST THE DISTANCE

FATHER’S DAY GIFT GUIDE

HOT SHOT

“How anyone can spin a ball the width of Gatting boggles the mind.” – Martin Johnson, writing for The Independent in 1993


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